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[000:00:00;00] absolutely absolutely. the little girls are all brought in for the by well a difference of believe in the desperate calls for humanitarian intervention from inside the besieged gadhafi loyalists. but you want security council blocks of russian move to condemn the deadly terror it's hard to see were incompetent that
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shattered the frontrunner politic truce in the civil conflict. also about the interim is trying to break the whole stalemate as election day nears while voters across america are primed for a real time a state that the old way to exhibit. he says it needs aid now but once the deadline for reaching its austerity targets trashcans three here is a delay which would cost the euro zone's thirty billion euros. this is also you coming to you live from moscow hello and welcome to the program there's been no letup in the bloody assault on the bears' bani walid with more weapons apparently sent to pro-government militias in the area this is according to a man whose relatives are trapped inside the besieged town which historically was a stronghold of the deposed kind of gadhafi also his source is currently in egypt
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and is afraid to reveal his identity of a safety concern. there is no answer we did is no. anything been floated disability told to life the people and the media does not allow to anyone to come back that we did whom the mother should be on most of whom is by a machinery by ten kids and nobody did is no a connection there is no communication there is no internet there is not anything that is that people are not able to connect with each other that is the reason you know and money if you will has being killed inside by militias and be said this is block there's also going to not be loyalists this is lying here this is their to game they get that it's not what is yours of this night but as of modern science but i think all he wants from qatar out of rome. and they didn't hit him exactly in
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misrata you always. got to but it was a bit for everything for the two were to cover the costs what if it think if an affront to the front of a is c. but in most that i've received a big. which we've been is and many think there is no government in libya a group of british controlled mid control sort of anything but they don't care about libya they don't care about nation they don't get about a plan they don't get all of them they have dual nationalities who have been supporters we asked for four years of the stick it out to use in that of the united nations mr fein admitted he where does he know where is the united nation where is the e.u. where is the evil right where i we are as good for ascension now as soon as possible to please. and for those who managed to escape the violence and signed by anyone need even then the suffering will sometimes of all he's going to see
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explains why many including children found themselves trying to add on a desert rat. there were conflicting reports that the city had fallen these reports have proven untrue but not before thousands of bani walid residents try to make their way back to the city now we are hearing from our sources on the ground that these people have been stopped by word blocks that have been set up by militias at the entrances and exits to the city that there has been firing in the air wide scale panic and that thousands of people are on the desert highway look at this. this get this gun and just be able to think now why you don't know one week now this is the outside and that they know what the were doing when i was leaving when i think when when one of the government they want to. get in the room. just thought homes. own homes we want to protect your home. and we continue to hear these
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reports over the at the moment and verified of the use of chemical weaponry i can confirm that these militias used internationally prohibited weapons they used phosphorous bombs nerve gas we have documented all these in videos recorded the missiles they used on the white phosphorus raining down from these missiles many people died without being wounded or shot they died as a result of gases the whole world needs to see who are they targeting other really good of his men other children women and old men killed with the his men. now the libyan army was given the order to use all means necessary to deal with the city and so what they're saying is that all means necessary are being employed to. choose a message to all of them across libya wherever they are whoever you are and however strong you. are your backers are the revolution should win. also we hear from our sources both within the city and elsewhere in europe and north africa
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people who have family inside the city that the killings are far from over. he's closely following developments in bani walid and the gathering first term the counts from the in bottles town catch up on the stories on t.v. more analysis and reports on what libya has become again i'll say it's long standing leader moammar gadhafi was killed by nato banks for sheri's all of them. to think you are so now with the presidential races in the front take home straight with both republican and democrat come to racing to sell their programs to vote the tide in paul's many see that deal as waning because a lot of difference is turning people of the mainstream parties around for cia officer philip drawled he believes a seismic shift in the political landscape of the u.s. isn't so far away i think the possibility of there being some kind of political
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shift in the united states is much stronger now than it has ever been because there is a lot of disillusionment in terms of how the two parties have managed the economy i mean basically we have very right now a small a large government republican running against a larger government democrat there's not a whole lot of difference between what each would do and in terms of foreign policy they're very close i think a lot of people are actually very much disillusioned with this i can see a split developing probably in the republican party and possibly in the democratic party in terms of foreign policy and other issues where you're going to have these issues emerging in a much more forcible way in the future that many americans year and for more political choice may not realize they do have other options largely abandoned from mainstream media third parties have a hard time being seen or heard. new york resident the way how often is found out
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many are oblivious to the fact that they exist at all. this week third party candidates for the u.s. presidency held a debate do americans even know that this week let's talk about that did you watch the third party debate. do you think did best. obama do best no that's not the third party debate who do you think did a good job in the third party debate i think think the parag obama did a little bit better job than mitt romney i know that's a third party debate that was the main candidates that day but the third parties are we have actual other candidates that are running did you know that no i didn't there's jill stein she's the the green party there's gary johnson libertarian and none of these names ring a bell and i think it's unfortunate that americans don't know they have more than two main options you know we're stuck with democrats or republicans we don't go
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over for that so why do you think that is. the tradition. tradition. we do we used to why i don't think either one of the third party have other ideas other than democratic from somebody sure they do they're against the n.c.a.a. they're against the war on drugs they're against drone strikes there's a lot of other ideas. you don't agree with any about you know drone strikes not when us protecting us and saving our soldiers from being killed even when they have a very low actually percentage rate unfortunate collateral damage as part of war you know what else is running besides the two main ones don't i don't so do you feel informed enough to make a vote. no. for to the good of a right i think the media has pretty much walked to that whole aspect out why do they do that they're supposed to be impartial disposed to be saying the news the poor ocracy you know i mean. you've got democrats you go. two
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heads of the same snake and they're both supporting big business big corporations to me they want to make it look like you have a choice you know what's been said at the same point so it seems like most americans don't know that there are more than two candidates running for president and with only a few days left of voting day chances are obama or romney is going to be elected. and despite an ongoing media blackout and the supporters are looking to capitalize on volatile disenchantment disenchantment i should say and tom hartman host of the big picture says they have a very real chance of making that message. third parties historically have have influenced presidential elections there's never been a third party that actually won one but there have been third parties that have changed the nature of presidential elections i don't think that in this election cycle the third parties are going to have
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a real significant effect in terms of this particular election but what they are doing and what these debates are doing is raising those issues raising those topics and subjects that generally are ignored by both the corporate mainstream media and the two major political parties in ways that that tend to energize movements and movement politics is typically where actual political change happens movement politics eventually infiltrate even major party politics so so i think that these are very important things. this tuesday the third party candidates will be holding their last debate featuring the past winners joel stein and gary johnson and though you won't be seeing it on any major us network will be broadcasting it live right here on r.c. for both our u.s. and international viewers. probably you know we both agree we bring the tax rates down i felt the same as the president did governor romney i'm glad. you
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agree let's go back to something the president i agree on and they do view that others have a choice perhaps you wondered how to avoid four when romney and obama agree on so many things where you do have other options come november sixth turning to see the second round of debates between the major third party candidates but i cover thirty of. the eurozone finance ministers are said to hold a series of meetings decide whether greece hasn't taken enough counts to get its next aid package without it's the greek prime minister says his country could be bankrupt by mid november athens has received some i.m.f. backing for its request that it be given two more years to get its deficit under control pushing the deadline to twenty sixteen that would cause the eurozone thirty billion euros meanwhile the german finance minister him to the in a t.v. interview that greece's exit from the euro is still a possibility another crisis epicenter spain now has record high unemployment of
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twenty five percent hundreds transport workers are on strike until you're almost a week of protests in the capital against austerity cuts also a publicist william says all the measures the e.u. leaders are imposing fail to address the root of the problem. i can't imagine if you if you find a scenario you get everything wrong in the way that the the e.u. governments have done in the last four years of this crisis for three and a half years but from the get go they have shied away from any resolute action on the banks involved in the dodgy lending. in first place during the financial bubble years so those banks remain the source of the problem there's no lending going on to the real economy and that's what is the root cause of twenty five percent unemployment in spain and it's greece and elsewhere across the e.u. the same errors are being repeated again and again you have to isolate the dodgy credits of these banks that went on
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a speculation binge triggered back in the last decade by you ultra low interest rates generated out of the us sped from alan greenspan and others so until that problem of the banks is addressed we're not going to see economic recovery we're not going to see so to treated only as a sovereign debt crisis is grabbing the tail of the elephant when calling it a snake you know with us hey stay with us for more news and analysis in a few minutes. green party candidate jill stein was arrested for trying to enter the presidential debate at hofstra university and now i know why there's never a third party candidate at the debates because the cops left the cuffs on them when they try to get in we all know we have
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a two party system so why do we lie to ourselves and pretend it's not that way it's the lying that bothers me it's the illusion that you have the freedom of choice when there are only two real options cut out the games just make the two party system the law of the land just make the two parties part of the government make their inner workings transparent and bound by the law and make it clear to every american that there are only two real ladders to climb to power stop lying to me and to everyone else about this democracy stuff what forty percent of the country are independents with virtually no representation either cut the lies and make the two party system the law or make your lies become true by letting the candidates like jill stein and gary johnson have a simple conversation with obama and romney on t.v. hey if there indeed extremists then this should show through at the debates right
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there's nothing scary about competition in an election but that's just my opinion. will come to the. previous owners cowards this month food is the center of our universe the tides are forever while the sun's rays can be fickle innovative construction methods last cause as well as environmental damage for brain new turbines boost efficiency with a simplify design and who needs batteries lakes can store energy discover a new era clean car were driven by. the moon chicken on chum day care on chief we've got the future coverage. over a decade of north austin terrorist attack. x. hostages blood listen to their lives and after the tragedy.
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still guests try to cross out the past. because their future will yet be written. download the r.t. application. choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorite. now t.v. is not required to watch our team all you need is your mobile device to watch r.t. any time. this is r.t. welcome back the u.n. security council has rejected the russian proposed resolution condemning the latest act of violence in damascus where car bomb killed at least five and injured dozens
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more that came on the thursday where you are brokered four day cease fire between the government and opposition fighters but some rebel groups such as the radical al nusra front protested beatrice outright the security council have displayed a rare consensus and fully backing this is fire hoping to bring all sides to the negotiating table but in the phones and journalist robert harness questions the motives of some nations. how sincere the western powers are of course is another matter they are beginning to realize the what they're doing in syria because it's taken so long and then so messy and unsuccessful is beginning to make them look very bad indeed i don't think there's any doubt that the west if ever they have are losing the argument the intellectual argument is in this case they're beginning to look very shoddy they're being to look as if all they're interested in is all oil and power and it doesn't matter how many syrians get killed now eventually it sinks into the to the political leaders that this actually doesn't make them very good
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look very good and not to even domestically eventually people begin to notice so they start moving a little in the security council but how sincere they are i seriously question. a peaceful series the desperate dream one dreams community that has made its home on the border with israel. reports now on the economic despair the conflict has brought to their tiny part of the world. he cannot hear the gunfights of homes and aleppo from here but residents of the small village of marsh in the golan heights are nevertheless feeling the effects of fighting in syria since two thousand and five the dirs farmers here in the golan heights have been selling the excess of their crops to damascus at trade facilitated by the united nations and the red cross but since their arrest began in syria many farmers here start to worry that these sweet apples may end up being a rather bitter fruit apples are the main source of income for the druze families in this area until seven years ago they struggled while trying to compete with the
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produce of these really settlers who locals say the same apples but because of these rather government subsidies pay less to go to harvest and sell for a big price an offer from damascus seemed like a blessing at the time the syrian government. says part of syria so their produce our produce is part of syria so they were committed to this to help the. farmers and. for marketing in syria the golan heights have been occupied by israel since one thousand nine hundred sixty seven some twenty thousand jews living here consider this land syrian and themselves syrians does a helping hand from damascus seemed a logical solution to the problem even the israeli government allowed the export to take place but with the civil war raging on across the border there still has been no offer for the apples from the syrian government something which begins to boree
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local farmers. we are just simple people we have no idea of politics but our country used to be. and now the north and that affects us financially farmers say this year's harvest is much bigger than last year's but says the quota for these really markets has already been made in syria remains silent the jews leave much of the produce to rant. about the whole of the middle east is in trouble now. and we are the ones getting hit it in it goes courting the golan heights. and remember you can always go to r.t. dot com to find role stories pictures and a lot of his as well as catch anything you've missed on that and he has a taste that was lined up the right. taser spray goes on a you ask me something so a diabetic teenager lost downtown washington is. something else on the response a big suspension. and again after japan's
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fukushima nuclear disaster the bond rating. in the city trying to steer the nation levels around for when the. police say is that the reaction of people in seattle to the police department's plans to deploy spy drones over the city they fear the technology is a real threat to their privacy and travertine activist for the electronic frontier foundation believes the drones will be used for all the wrong reasons. people are really worried that their privacy is going to be invaded by these drones you know the argument is that these drones are exactly the same as the ones that fly overseas because they're smaller and their battery life is lower but the problem is this technology is advancing so rapidly these drones are going to be able to fly
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for hours and days the time very soon and the police will take advantage of that and when the technology advances to the point where they can fly for hours days and time for it very cheaply police can start using them for surveillance i mean a bunch of police agencies already have expressed interest in this police across the country have expressed interest in using them for proactive purposes in california for example here sheriff down the down the street actually said he wanted to use it to find marijuana growers or use it for proactive policing public records request and suspicious persons or large crowd control so there's definitely a legitimate worry that this is what they're going to use them for. to some other stories from around the world massive fraud has forced upon him as a full excuse to cancel plans to sell state owned land in a duty free zone in the capital weeklong riots and looting wreaks havoc on the streets paralyzing the city police holding to bring the situation under control arrested hundreds of demonstrators. low so for my italian prime minister silvio
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berlusconi say he will appeal his conviction for tax fraud but his crony was given a four year prison sentence although that was later cut to one he condemns the decision as intolerance intolerable judicial harassment by the scorning has faced a raft of charges over the years but this is the first time he's been convicted for his business activity. park and sunday has claimed the case forty lives across the caribbean haiti was was taped with up to twenty six people reported dead while cuba says the country's most destructive storm in gears caused severe flooding and killed more than a dozen washington has declared a state of emergency i made forecasts sunday could evolve into a super storm as it travels towards the. and coming out the south said his residents learned to billow sits down with al gore north to talk about the
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country's relations with russia that's. right mark against terrorists. bloodless into their lives and after the tragedy. still. trying to cross out the past. because their future. be wrecked.
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she gave.
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him this remote sign b. rings in which people still sing the songs which russians sang in the middle ages and they cherish the ancient rituals practiced by the will set up church before the seventeenth century the old believers here is sign the area are conservative community they're known as the sea may skew a word which refers to family of. the day i. like that. and i'll tell you the five. people here are happy to show their way of life to tourists and teach them how to dance in the local star. a girl needs to watch her legs don't go up too much during the dance she must be a modest. yet.
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seventeen year old is from the same village she now studies in the city and dances at a club. she puts on her costume and the traditional amber necklace only when she comes to visit her grandmother. ok ok well. i didn't ask on time for us because i want to keep up to date with this morning world but still i would like to have camp my background how my ancestors layard and this is my treasure their attachment to the church brought. to this remote lent deflate by call more than two hundred fifty years ago they were exiled in persecuted for not agreeing to the orthodox who forms introduced in washing the sixteen hundreds they wanted to maintain their time honored rituals the old believers still bolland cross themselves with two fingers not with three as they do in modern orthodox churches in russia and never knew when praying but this fall the
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city says it's not so much the rituals they cherish as the moral principles he does not approve of what doing is akin to an old believe it must never show her naked legs and. things started to spoil during the soviet union. was more and more young people leaving for a big city this year is the old believers culture could be imperiled nowadays young people prefer urban life to devoting their lives to agriculture her but now it's. to leave the inside israel has to remember that and try to keep their. plans to continue her studies abroad to grandmother says wherever she goes as long as the


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